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Feature - Active Directory/LDAP Auth

Authentication of users via Active Directory/LDAP

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    Stephen LawreneAdminStephen Lawrene (Owner, OpenDocMan) shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        A lot of organizations are using LDAP and/or AD for central identity management. We are using OpenLDAP. Please do not force us to create new/different accounts for OpenDocMan.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        It's better to incorporate winbind to get Microsoft active directory authentication and accounting for file and folder security

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Hi Stephen Lawrene,

        Link not working. Any chance that you would be integrating it any time soon?

      • CollinCollin commented  · 

        YES AD intergration would be needed

      • Colin WillsonColin Willson commented  · 

        Our organization needs this feature badly, if we could get it we'd use this software right away!

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        is this feature available ?
        otherwise i can not use it for my organizaiton

      • dale scottdale scott commented  · 

        ("Active Directory/LDAP Auth" can can/should probably be merged into "Integrate AD Users/Groups"). I have an umbrella app which is really a suite of separate inter-related web apps. I'd like to authentiate users against either a corporate MS AD server or (should it not be allowed) to a local OpenLDAP server. Having a single sign-on to all the apps would be preferred, but just authenticating against a common authority would be an 80% solution, and more feasible from a practical sense (needing less custom development to each app, some of which already support LDAP authentication).

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